# GUEST WRITERS ESSAYS 15 /// The Possible Worlds of Architecture by Claire Jamieson

Via Scoop.itThe Architecture of the City

This week’s guest writer is Claire Jamieson whose student project Eternally Yours had been published on this blog (on boiteaoutils actually) a few years ago. She is now a PhD candidate at the Royal College of Arts in London and is absorbed in the relationship that literature establishes with architecture and vice versa.   In the following essay, The Possible Worlds of Architecture, she gives us a useful preview to this question by firstly establishing the bases of such research (architecture & narratives) and then by focusing on this same relationship within the novella Sanctuary by Brian Dillon (2011).   I have to confess that I am not at all familiar with this author but it probably comes as fresh air for some of my readers who might feel claustrophobic by my repetitive personal references! In any case, this essay today is expedient as the first event of Archipelagos next week will be around literature and can thus constitute as good entrance door for such discussion
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